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Although nothing much came of it, representatives of the Illinois High School Association and Illinois Elementary School Association met with state officials to open dialogue regarding the possibility of resuming sports and other activities at the high school and junior high school levels. IHSA Executive Director Craig Anderson, members of the IHSA staff and IESA staff members met virtually with Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike, Deputy Governor Jesse Ruiz and IDPH Chief of Staff Justin DeWitt on the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 6. more
In what was not a surprising but still disappointing move, the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce announced Thursday that this year’s Lawrence County Capital Classic basketball tournament has been cancelled. An announcement on the tournament’s Facebook page stated ... more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville High School Sports Hall of Fame has canceled its 2020 induction ceremony ... more
LAWRENCEVILLE –– What started out as a conditional addition is now set to become permanent. The Little Illini Conference recently extended an invitation to Mt. Carmel High School to join the conference on a permanent basis ... more
BLOOMINGTON –– In the ever-changing landscape of high school sports these days due to the COVID-19 pandemic, yet another round of modifications have been approved by the Illinois High School Association, with this one affecting postseason play for fall sports teams. The IHSA board met for their reguarly scheduled board meeting Monday and approved a plan to conduct modified postseason tournaments for fall sports ... more
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